For Plump & Juicy Tomatoes
Tomato-tone fertilizer is made specifically for growing plump and juicy tomatoes. Tomato-tone’s organic composition feeds your plants naturally and will not force rapid growth at the expense of blooms and tomato yield. Tomato-tone’s all natural formula contains Bio-tone®, Espoma’s proprietary blend of beneficial microbes. Bio-tone biologically enhances the natural fertilizer to make sure you get superior plant growth.
All natural fertilizer fortified with Bio-tone® microbes
Espoma Tomato-tone® is a premium fertilizer crafted specifically for your tomato garden. With this fertilizer, you will yield large, juicy, and plump tomatoes with no hassle at all. While allowing beautiful growth, Tomato-tone® does not force rapid growth like other fertilizers, but assists your plants in healthy enlargement. The organic mix contains Espoma’s Bio-tone®, which is a blend of all natural and beneficial microbes. Bio-tone® is proven to boost the fertilizer and help overall growth in your tomatoes.
Tomato beds, you will use 3 pounds, or 9 cups of fertilizer per 50 square feet. Once applied, you will mix the fertilizer into the top few layers (4 to 6 inches) of soil.
Single plants, you will take 3 tablespoons of fertilizer and mix into the dirt when planting.
Potted plants, take one part Tomato-tone® for every 30 parts soil, or 1 and 1/4 cups of fertilizer for every 8 quarts of soil, and mix thoroughly.
Rows of tomatoes, you use 1 cup on each side for every 5 feet of row.
Single plants, you use 3 tablespoons for every plant.
Potted plants, you use 1 and 1/2 teaspoons of fertilizer for 4″ of the pot’s diameter, or 1 and 1/2 tablespoons for each 1 foot of the pot’s diameter.
Keep fertilizer 3″ from tomato stem, and apply in a thin band either on each side of the row, or around single plants.
For potted plants, mix into soil evenly.
On new plants, the first application should be 10 to 14 days after, when plant is established.
On established plants, use two times a month from May through August.
Water thoroughly after feeding plants.